DENVER, Nov. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The world-renowned sports-medicine clinic UCHealth Steadman-Hawkins Clinic – Denver partnered with Physimax technology for objective MSK (musculoskeletal) condition analysis with actionable individualized prescribed training program through the smartphone, to enable athletes and general population optimize recovery and improve performance like professionals.
UCHealth selected Physimax to replace a marker-less capture platform that was installed and operating at two orthopedic/sports medicine clinics. "We needed a practical, data driven tool for our staff & patients, to provide automated baseline assessment with recurrent follow-ups," says Mike Allen, Director of Rehabilitation Services at UCHealth Steadman Hawkins.
"Physimax upgrades our standard of care, saving us precious time with assessments taking minutes and with real-time feedback.The easy to interpret MSK feedback that can be operated by any team member, supports both patients and clinicians to mark objective improvement over time to drive optimal outcomes," says Allen, who also mentions that "The collaboration with Physimax has been fantastic, exceeding expectations. We expect this tool to also assist us in research development."
"We are excited to partner with the Steadman-Hawkins well admired team," said Physimax Co-founder and CEO, Ram Shalev. "MSK condition significantly effects individuals' wellness and performance. Physimax facilitates objective and data driven standard for MSK care, injury prevention and athletic performance, serving healthcare providers, sports and governmental organizations, with demonstrated impact in improving performance, reducing injury costs and rates."
Physimax pioneering technology empowers passionate athletes to improve performance and reduce injury risk, providing an objective MSK Snapshot (musculoskeletal analysis) accompanied with recommended individualized training program by analyzing athlete's body movement patterns, scoring muscle performance (mobility, stability, strength, movement control) according to evidence-based protocols. Physimax technology has been scientifically validated and is routinely used by top US academic institutions: University of North Carolina, University of Connecticut and the US Military Academy at West Point.